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Nov 15, 2013 3:00am PST
. that great scene, don draper singing "nobody never knows." there's a great cultural divide. you say it started in '63. why? >> it started in '63 because tv and radio woke up to this huge youth movement in britain. >> yes. >> before '63, kids liked the beatles, kids like the stones couldn't play on tv or radio. then tv woke up to the beatles in '63 and all those screaming girls. >> we're coming up on the 50th anniversary on what happened in february of '64. what was the moment in '63. beatles in '62 had a couple of lovely songs. in '63 they were hammering out "i want to hold your hand." what was the tv moment. >> it was an airport moment when ed sullivan was coming back from london and beatles were coming home from stock home and he saw 2,000 or 3,000 screaming girls. >> that was happening in britain. >> been this huge shift in britain in '63. then ed sullivan wants these kids on his show. they go from february '63 their first hit to february '64, 73 million americans tune in to see them. >> '63 obviously an event we're coming up on the 50th anniversary, jfk's assassination. a lo
MSNBC
Nov 13, 2013 3:00am PST
soldier's sake, for the sake of every veteran who donned the uniform and not for his country or her country. america's mission should always be to keep the peace, not police the world. in america they did not seek to become involved in every conflict around the world would do things that can make us safer at home and abroad. eisenhower is right to observe that little wars can lead to bigger wars. reagan was right, that america's purpose is to promote peace through strength. >> some people see that in the republican party, maggie, are talking again about rant paul and isolationism. what's the line that he walks here? >> he's trying to be reagan without beening an isolationist. he's trying to look at a, he's going to the citadel, a military institution, he's not avoiding it. this is a big theme of his. he is going to places that it moo be welcome. he is saying, i will keep my message consistent. i think you will continue to hear a lot of that, the line is, he has to not seem like his dad, he is saying, no wars, no time, no intervention, no anything. i think the folks feel he establish
MSNBC
Nov 25, 2013 3:00am PST
. don writes in part this. the application of predicted an lytics to people's careers and emerging fields called people an lytic serks normously challenging not to mention ethically flawed. it touches on the deepest of human mysteries. how we grow and what we have become. most companies are just beginning to explore the possibilities, but make no mistake. during the next to ten years, new models will be created and new experiments run on a very large scale. will this be a good development or a bad one for the economy for the shapes of our careers and spirit and self worth. tell us how this is being carried out. the changes and evolutions. >> sure, mick a. thanks if are having me on. i don't know if you saw money ball, but it's the same phenomenon. billy bean turned away from his scouts and trusted the decisions to young statistical wizards who correlated characteristics with team success. it's that phenom noon is spreading more widely. over the past few years, each of us has generated more and more data about ourselves & our characteristics through surfing on the web and e-mails th
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